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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT

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£1545.21 Ex VAT (9 Months Upfront) | 48 Month Contract | 10000 k Miles P/A

NISSAN QASHQAI
1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT

Hatchback | 5 Doors | Petrol | Automatic

£171.69

Per Month Ex VAT
Initial Payment
£1545.21 (9 Months Upfront)
Contract Length: 48 Months
Annual Mileage: 10000
Document Fee: £0.00
Average Monthly Cost: £200.30

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Rating Breakdown

Performance
8
10
Handling
8
10
Comfort
8
10
Space
7
10
Style
8
10
Build
8
10
Value
9
10
Equipment
8
10
Economy
8
10
Depreciation
8
10
Insurance
8
10
Total
80
100

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Vehicle Review

These days, the Nissan Qashqai is sleeker, feels more expensive inside and offers some of the most sophisticated electronic safety technology in the mid-sized SUV Crossover sector. Improvements to the 1.5-litre dCi diesel that most customers choose have enhanced its appeal. Plus there's a revised, more powerful 1.3-litre DIG-T petrol engine and the option of DCT automatic transmission in the front-driven-only range. There's a reason why this Nissan is such a hugely popular contender in the mid-sized SUV segment.

Some automotive success stories are easy to predict. We all knew that the Audi R8 was a winner as soon as we drove it. Likewise, the Fiat 500 couldn't possibly fail once it made it to the showrooms virtually unchanged from the fantastic Trepiuno show car. But the Nissan Qashqai? That this unprepossessing vehicle should rack up some huge sales came right out of left field. Its predecessor, the Almera, could have been a synonym for mediocrity. Nissan played a really smart move though. They tore up the established supermini/family hatch/family saloon rulebook and started flooding the market with crossovers and SUVs. Some, like the Murano and the Pathfinder, never gelled with the public. Others, such as the X-Trail and the Juke, hit the targets. Then there was the Qashqai, which in 2007 found itself challenging the biggest-selling hatchbacks in the sales charts. A second generation version was launched in 2013 and this car has since been tweaked and upgraded to keep it competitive against an army of mid-sized Crossover rivals.

On the face of things, not much has changed on this Qashqai in recent years in terms of its drive dynamics, though Nissan insists that under the skin, modifications to the suspension, damping and steering systems have resulted in a more refined on-the-road experience, plus refinement's better too. The range is now focused on front wheel drive, with suspension calibration performed in Europe to suit European tastes. Across the range, there's Active Trace Control which monitors the behaviour and trajectory of the car, and applies subtle braking to deliver a function similar to a Limited Slip Differential, providing the best traction and the least understeer. There's also a dual mode steering system which changes the weighting of the electrically-assisted rack when you select the Sport setting. Engine-wise, buyers get the choice of two downsized petrol units and two turbodiesels. The petrol powerplants comprise an 1.3-litre DIG-T offering that drives through a six-speed manual box with 140hp - or is offered with manual transmission or a DCT automatic when it has 160hp. Most customers will doubtless be drawn to the 115hp 1.5-litre dCi diesel; there's also a 1.7-litre dCi unit with 150hp. Both diesels come with manual or auto transmission and the 1.7-litre powerplant can be ordered with 4WD.

The package of styling updates that Nissan introduced for Qashqai buyers in 2017 smartened this second generation design up considerably and included a completely revised front end incorporating the latest Nissan 'V-motion' grille. The headlamps were also revised with a classier version of the 'boomerang' Daytime Running Light signature. At the rear, the car's instantly recognisable 'boomerang' light motif is extended across the whole lamp, and includes a contemporary 3D lens effect to enhance the signature shape. If you haven't tried a Qashqai since this second generation version was launched in 2014, you'll notice quite a few changes in the cabin too, where an improved layout, higher-quality materials and more advanced technology feature. The 'NissanConnect' infotainment system features a more intuitive user interface and there's a smarter D-shaped multi-function steering wheel with premium satin-chrome inserts. It features a four-way controller for the combimeter display, for easier use and less 'eyes off the road' time. The range-topping Tekna+ grade includes supportive seats trimmed in high-quality soft nappa leather and a popular option for music fans is a BOSE seven-speaker premium sound system. Practicality is as good as ever, with reasonable space in the back and decent headroom thanks to a relatively low seat height in the back. Boot space is 430-litres and load space flexibility is enhanced by a dual-floor system designed to provide a flexible and versatile load space.

We think Nissan has judged this one perfectly. Time and again the company has been correct in predicting customer demand and having a product right there. That's not about to change. It's worth noting that of all the Qashqai variants that are being offered to the UK public, only one engine can be mated to all-wheel drive. This is a car that no longer purports to be anything remotely off-road at all. Instead, it's a model that plugs in to what buyers want, offering lifestyle looks, cutting-edge technology and an efficient ownership proposition. Even in these hard times, Nissan realises that a new car purchase needs to come with a dose of feel-good factor - perhaps now more than ever in fact. Given that reality, this Qashqai looks set to continue to cash in.
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£200.30 Av. Monthly Cost (Including Initial Payment)
Initial Payment: £1545.21 Ex VAT ( months upfront)
Document Fee: £0.00 (Charged by the leasing company)
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